Champasak Palace Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChampasak Palace Hotel Pakse
Vi tok ett av de rimeligste rommene, likevel var det digert! Etter to måneder med backpackingliv var det godt å kunne skjemme seg bort litt. God frokost, treningsrom og avslappa stemning.
We had one of the cheapest rooms, yet it was huge! After two months as backpackers it was good to splurge a bit. Good breakfast and laid back attitude.
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... bar. The next night, we went to a meeting to find out about touring the Bolaven Plateau by motorbike. We originally planned on doing a two night/three day tour, but instead decided one night out on the plateau would be enough and we'd spend the last day heading down to Champasak to see the UNESCO site Wat Phu (which we later found out meant 'mountain temple' which explains the ludicrous number of steps!).
Our first day on the bikes started with ...
... on our fresh pineapple!!
After our final stop we headed back to Pakse shattered!!
We booked our onward travel for tomorrow then headed out for a dinner and I enjoyed my boring but bland cheese sandwich whilst Gra went just the opposite of bland and almost had his head blown off with his spicy noodles!!
We washed our food down for a while then headed back to get some sleep for another early start tomorrow as we head further south to our final Laos stop! ...
The rest of day one was filled with more waterfalls and a late drive to find accommodation for night, making just before nightfall. The guesthouse we stayed was a cute little wooden hut with a communal area where we had some nibbles and played cards for the evening until we turned in for the night. Day two followed as the previous with more waterfalls and more spectacular views across the countryside, eventually making our way back to Pakse and handing back the motorbike.
This was the easiest border crossing so far. It's about 100 kms or so north of Stung Treng and there is no town there, just the border crossing so it was very quiet. It was straight forward to get Tilly and ourselves out of Thailand and then into Laos. In between the borders Tilly had her wheels sprayed ($2) and our rego details recorded in an exercise book ($1). Not sure whether this was some local money making scam but for $3 it ...
... day of their three day tour. At the second stop we picked up another couple. They had booked the three day tour also but were joining us for the first day.
We had been told it was a 50km ride to get to the jungle and start point of our zip lining adventure. However they hadn't told us that for 15 of the 50km, the road was unsealed and in a very bad way. So much so that the extent of the potholes on the red dusted road would limit us to travelling at 10km an hour. It took two hours ...